Crystal Palace want more than £60 million to sell Eberechi Eze

Crystal Palace will likely demand more than £60 million for Eberechi Eze should they decide to sell the 25-year-old Englishman in the summer.

According to Football Insider, Crystal Palace could demand well over £60 million for Eberechi Eze should they take the call to sell him. The Eagles may come under tremendous pressure to decide the 25-year-old Englishman’s future, with Manchester City and Tottenham among those keen on signing him.

Crystal Palace want more than £60 million for Eberechi Eze

For the last few weeks, there have been plenty of reports pointing towards possible release clauses in Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise’s contracts. Credible sources are confirming the presence of a clause in the latter’s deal, but there are significant doubts about the 25-year-old Englishman.

Eze has been outstanding for Palace since his move from QPR, and there are plenty of clubs already chasing his signature. The idea that someone could snatch the 25-year-old for a fee close to £60 million has alerted many teams, but that might not be the case after all.

In fact, Crystal Palace are aware of the growing interest in their crucial star and could demand a fee of well over £60 million. They might have wanted to keep him for the longer term but are wary of the pressures that might come from interested sides like Manchester City and Tottenham.

Tottenham and Man City to battle for Eze?

Manchester City have been keen to sign a new midfielder with the profile of Eze, and now, with reports suggesting they could move out of the Lucas Paqueta race, the Palace man might become their top target. Eze would fit into Pep Guardiola’s plans for the future and also could stand a chance of winning some of the top honours.

Tottenham are also keen on Eze, with the club aware of his family ties to the club. Hence, they feel confident about snatching the 25-year-old Englishman from Palace ahead of their rivals in the summer. They even recently invited his family to the north London derby, with suggestions that they are working hard to get the deal done in the background.

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